#CatSweat is arrested! Who is Michigan bodybuilder Logan Barnhart? One of the key attackers at the tunnel when Officer Miller was dragged.

A competitive bodybuilder was arrested for his alleged role in the Capital Riots on January 6, 2021.

Investigators discovered the suspect's Instagram account and he was apprehended more than seven months after the shocking incident.

Who is Logan Barnhart?

Logan Barnhart from Lansing, Michigan was arrested on Tuesday, August 17 2021 for his role in the Capitol Riots.

The 40-year-old was recognized by the social media sleuths "Sedition Hunters" after he shared a series of Instagram posts flaunting his physique.

During the hunt for him, he was known as "Cat Sweat" due to his wearing a Caterpillar sweatshirt in the alleged footage of him at the violent insurrection on January 6, 2021.

Barnhart was reportedly seen posing in Instagram photos - wearing the same Caterpillar jacket and a hat with an American flag.

This alleged rioter has shared memes and thirst trap photos on his social media pages.

Barnhart works for his father's company Barnhart & Son as well as part-time as a model.

His side hustle has seen him grace the covers of a string of raunchy novels. He is known for writing about the romance between step-siblings titled Stepbrother UnSEALed: A Bad Boy Military Romance.

Barnhart also has a YouTube channel with a few subscribers showing off his workout routines.

What was Logan Barnhart's role in the Capitol Riots?

Barnhart was allegedly filmed dragging a police officer down a flight of stairs outside a tunnel on the Capitol's western end.

A second rioter then proceeded to beat the officer with a flagpole, which sparked the high-profile search for the perpetrators.

Several other people were arrested in the wake of the riots, but Barnhart's face was obscured by a pair of sunglasses. He was later seen in other videos and images after an online appeal.

The online sleuths found his Instagram account, which showed him wearing the same clothes as on January 6.

Barnhart was arrested on charges including assaulting resisting or impeding certain officers using a dangerous weapon, aiding, and abetting.

How many people have been arrested so far?

Over 600 people have been arrested so far in almost all 50 states for their alleged role in the Capitol riots. The FBI asks the public to help identify suspects from images of the riot.

So far only 27 individuals have agreed to be charged with federal rioting. Officials are still searching for hundreds of suspects who they believe were involved in the event at the Capitol this spring.

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